(910) 436-3450 Serving Southern Harnett County, Spring Lake & Surrounding Areas

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Why Total Systems?

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  • Live phone answering
  • 24-hour emergency service
  • Service for ALL systems
  • WBE & qualified for military contracts
  • Family owned & operated
  • Serving our community for
    over 30 years

Maintenance Plan

To save on utility bills and service calls and keep your family safe and comfortable, we urge you to take a preventive approach to heating and cooling.

Why Sign up for a Maintenance Plan?

If you keep your heating and air conditioning equipment in good repair (that means having preventive maintenance done on a regular schedule) the equipment will give you many years of safe, reliable comfort. This will also save you money in the long run. Your heating and cooling system will work better, last longer and operate more efficiently. You’ll save money on your utility costs and you’ll promote a safer environment for your family. In fact, the cost of one emergency service can exceed the cost of a Maintenance Plan.

What is Included?

Your maintenance plan will be tailored to the needs of your property. Our technicians will visit your home twice a year (once before cooling season and once before heating season) to inspect and test your heating and cooling equipment. If equipment problems do occur, they can be solved quickly and easily before they become major, costly problems. You'll receive:

  • Regularly scheduled maintenance (see below)
  • 10% discount on repairs
  • Priority customer status

Spring Cooling Service

  • Clean evaporator coil
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Tighten and or repair all electrical connections
  • Check thermostat for proper operation
  • Check operation of circuits and controls
  • Check amp draw of compressor and motors
  • Check refrigerant pressures
  • Flush condensate drains
  • Tighten all hardware
  • Oil and lubricate motor(s)
  • Check temperature drop across coil

Fall Heating Service

  • Clean burners
  • Check pilot or ignition
  • Check appropriate fuel pressure
  • Check for any leaks at unit
  • Check burner flame
  • Check flue pipe and heat exchanger
  • Check all electrical connections
  • Check thermostat for proper operation
  • Oil and lubricate motor(s)
  • Check belts and pulleys (if any)
  • Check temperature rise across coil

Sign up for a maintenance plan today!